MoMA Presents ‘Latin American Cinema: The State of the Art,’ March 30-April 9

March 30 – April 9 at The Museum of Modern Art

This series features a selection of new films from Latin American countries, including Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Perú, and Venezuela, that were supported by the intergovernmental organization Ibermedia, which for two decades has advanced the making of fiction and nonfiction films in Latin America, Portugal, Spain, and, most recently, Italy. A consortium with 20 member countries, Ibermedia has provided an invaluable platform for the exchange of resources and film professionals, resulting in a more collaborative, vibrant film scene.

By supporting projects in various stages of the filmmaking process, from development and production to distribution, exhibition, and promotion, Ibermedia has been instrumental in elevating artistically significant works and nurturing emerging voices in cinema. Filmmakers who have been supported by Ibermedia include Manoel de Oliveira, Lucrecia Martel, Miguel Gomes, and many others.

Organized by La Frances Hui, Associate Curator, Department of Film.
Special thanks to Elena Vilardell and Zuri Fermin of Ibermedia.

All screenings at
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street, New York City
(212) 708-9400 /



(Salvador del Solar, Peru/Argentina/Colombia/Spain, 2015, 109 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)

Thursday, March 30,  7pm– Followed by a discussion with del Solar
Wednesday, April 5,  7pm

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(Pepa San Martín, Chile/Argentina, 2016, 90 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)

Saturday, April 1,  7pm – Followed by a discussion with San Martín and Carlos A. Gutiérrez, Cinema Tropical
Friday, April 7, 7pm

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(Dauna. Lo que lleva el río, Mario Crespo, Venezuela, 2015, 104 min. In Warao and Spanish with English subtitles)

Tuesday, April 4, 7pm
Sunday, April 9, 2pm

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(El otro hermano, Israel Adrián Caetano, Argentina/France/ Spain/Uruguay, 2017, 92 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)

Friday, March 31, 7pm – Introduced by Hernán Musaluppi, producer
Saturday, April 8, 7pm

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(Un caballo llamado Elefante, Andrés Waissbluth, Chile/Mexico/ Colombia, 2016, 80 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)

Sunday, April 2,  2pm
Saturday, April 8,  4pm

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(Ana Cristina Barragán, Ecuador/Mexico/Greece, 2016, 98 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)

Saturday, April 1, 4pm– Followed by a discussion with Barragán and Carlos A. Gutiérrez, Cinema Tropical
Sunday, April 9, 4:30pm

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